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David Baker (poker player, born 1972)
David "Bakes" Baker born October 17,  is an American professional poker player who has won a World Series of Poker bracelet and appeared at four World Series of Poker final tables. Hailing from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan , Baker began playing poker in high school. He first visited Las Vegas at age twenty and studied poker under Vanessa Selbst , eventually becoming a boarder at her house. Later, he moved to backing by Tom Dwan .
He played mostly no limit hold 'em between and as he built up his online poker resume. This led to two final tables in the WSOP. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on Triple Chance No-Limit Hold'em".
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Baker is an Auburn University alumnus. Born in Connecticut , Baker earned a finance degree from Auburn and became a business salesman. As of [update] , he lived with his wife and daughter Kathy in Texas. He had been introduced to poker in college. By the mid s, he was playing pot limit omaha at casinos in New Orleans and eventually began playing three times a week at underground casinos in Houston. He became a full-time professional poker player in Baker currently has twenty-five WSOP in the money finishes -5, -7, -4, -2, -1, -5, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Not to be confused with David "Bakes" Baker. Archived from the original on September 23, Retrieved August 31, Archived from the original on June 24, Retrieved July 13, Retrieved July 12, Limit Hold'em Event 11 ". Limit Hold'em Shootout Event 53 ". Retrieved July 18, Triple Chance No-Limit Hold'em". Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Inc. Retrieved June 23, Note number in brackets represents the number of bracelets earned in that year.
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Poker television programs had been extremely popular, especially in North America and Europe , following the poker boom. This has especially become the case since the invention of the " pocket cam " in and its first use in the United States in , which allows viewers at home to see each player's hole cards.
However, viewership has been declining dramatically in recent years, due to laws that restricted online play in the United States. Poker has been appearing on television somewhat regularly since the lates.
For many years, the coverage was less than robust because viewers at home could not see what cards the players had or follow their progress visually through graphics. Instead, the coverage essentially involved the commentators guessing what cards the players had in a documentary style production. In the hole cam, which allows audiences to see the hidden cards that players held in their hands, was introduced in Europe.
By , however, Late Night Poker had been cancelled in the UK and televised poker could no longer be found in Europe. In the US, the , and World Series of Poker events were only broadcast in one-hour documentaries on the Discovery Networks. It was the first U. When the WSOP aired, it doubled its audience over the hour time slot. Seeing the audience reaction, Lipscomb believed there was an untapped market and began pitching poker series ideas to cable and network television. Because poker had been on the air for over twenty years, with little viewer interest, broadcasters were unwilling to commit resources to put a series on the air.
In October , Lipscomb wrote a business plan. Along with poker player Mike Sexton and poker business woman Linda Johnson , Lipscomb approached casino mogul and avid poker player, Lyle Berman , whose company Lakes Entertainment agreed to fund the World Poker Tour WPT —the first organized and televised tour of poker tournaments in the world.